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Who's Afraid of Which Bad Wolf? A Survey of IT Security Risk Awareness

Marian Harbach, Sascha Fahl, Matthew Smith
2014 2014 IEEE 27th Computer Security Foundations Symposium  
In this paper, we present a survey of risk and consequence awareness in users, analyze how this may influence the current lack of adoption for improved security measures, and make recommendations how this  ...  While it is well known that users have a limited "budget" for security behavior and that trying to coerce them into considering additional risks does not work well, it remains unclear which risks are on  ...  To offer a foundation on which to base future developments of security measures, we explore users' risk as well as consequence awareness.  ... 
doi:10.1109/csf.2014.15 dblp:conf/csfw/HarbachFS14 fatcat:sfkzipla3rc5vjmhlmzeuclz7u

Participant perceptions of Range Rider Programs operating to mitigate wolf-livestock conflicts in the western United States

Molly Parks, Terry Messmer
2016 Wildlife Society bulletin  
I surveyed 51 participants from 17 RRPs in Montana, Washington, and Oregon to develop a typology of operational programs and assess perceptions of effectiveness.  ...  I surveyed 51 participants from 17 Range Rider Programs (RRPs) in Montana, Washington, and Oregon to determine participant perceptions regarding effectiveness of RRPs as a non-lethal approach to mitigate  ...  we wanted to, which was too bad.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wsb.671 fatcat:3mjpnkwawvbh5kjy7sy5lgobfa

Psychosocial Determinants of Adherence to Preventive Dental Attendance for Preschool Children Among Filipino Immigrants in Edmonton, Alberta

Parvaneh Badri, Ruth Wolfe, Anna Farmer, Maryam Amin
2017 Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health  
Methods: We employed a qualitative focused ethnography design in this study, using an interview guide inspired by the Theory of Planned Behaviour.  ...  We collected data from six individual and two focus group interviews, recording and transcribing the interviews verbatim, and performing concurrent thematic analysis of the data.  ...  The plan for this study has been reviewed for its adherence to ethical guidelines by a Research Ethics Board at the University of Alberta.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10903-017-0599-z pmid:28536759 fatcat:t47xj7zdybg6zeahtjhowwnuqa

Who's Afraid of Susan Sontag? or, the Myths and Metaphors of Cancer Reconsidered

B. CLOW
2001 Social history of medicine  
a dreadful affliction, the disease did not, as Sontag has argued, predictably reduce them to a state of silence or disgrace.  ...  Some scholars have critiqued her faith in the power of science to dispel the myths and metaphors of disease; others have pointed out that it is neither desirable nor possible to strip illness of its symbolic  ...  None the less, the two of them, as Bacall wrote, 'continued the game of its being nothing more than a bad virus'.  ... 
doi:10.1093/shm/14.2.293 pmid:11697354 fatcat:riw7g5bserdw7ju6blrv3b3zfe

Living well in a world with wolves: educators' perspectives

Gail J. Kuhl
2016 Environmental Education Research  
When it came to the experience of being a wolf educator certain motifs emerged that help elucidate the experience: the significance of political, regional, and cultural contexts; the key role that scientific  ...  knowledge and learning has for many wolf educators; the importance of ethics to the educators when it comes to teaching about and working with captive or wild wolves; the impact of direct experiences  ...  For one, Case explains how when people perceive the dog to be a civilized version of the wolf, "bad" dog behaviours are blamed on its shared genetics with wolves which can deepen negative perceptions of  ... 
doi:10.1080/13504622.2016.1182627 fatcat:uoawtigmtrab5gc3j2jsg5zkqy

No Longer Just Child's Play: School Liability under Title IX for Peer Sexual Harassment

Monica L. Sherer
1993 University of Pennsylvania law review  
Peer sexual harassment is behavior that a student cannot "turn off"-she cannot stop it simply by not responding-at least not without the risk of some type of physical or social repercussion and, as such  ...  Until 1976, lacking a term to express it, sexual harassment was literally unspeakable, which made a generalized, shared, and social definition of it 1993] 2125 In an August 1981 policy memorandum, the  ...  The widespread existence and acceptance of peer sexual harassment cannot justify its continuance.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3312583 fatcat:ziaxsffstvhdbcuwlukufen7um

Achieving American Retirement Prosperity by Changing Americans' Thinking About Retirement

Peter H. Huang
2016 Social Science Research Network  
A few knowledgeable or wealthy Americans do, or have done for them, sufficient and effective retirement planning.  ...  Different things can go wrong at each of these decisions for different reasons.  ...  Weber, Who's Afraid of a Poor Old Age? Risk Perception in Risk Management Decisions, in PENSION DESIGN AND STRUCTURE: NEw LESSONS FROM BEHAVIORAL FINANCE 53, 53-64 (Olivia S. Mitchell & Stephen P.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2824917 fatcat:zrql5st5dvhgnjqhnrgrnobtoi

Horizontal violence among nurses: Experiences, responses, and job performance

Elizabeth M. Bloom
2018 Nursing Forum  
This mixed methods study used an online survey to examine 78 hospital nurse's experiences and responses to episodes of HV as well as its effect on job performance.  ...  Seven of these nurses answered more in-depth questions during a follow-up interview.  ...  REDCap is a secure, web-based application for building and managing online surveys and databases.  ... 
doi:10.1111/nuf.12300 pmid:30332520 fatcat:dqj5j4etfrh3pgmozltq2cr2f4

Technopanics, Threat Inflation, and the Danger of an Information Technology Precautionary Principle

Adam D. Thierer
2012 Social Science Research Network  
child who suffered a bad fall would develop a fear of heights, studies have shown the opposite pattern: A child who's hurt in a fall before the age of 9 is less likely as a teenager to have a fear of heights  ...  In fact, one could identify a sui generis process of circular reasoning in which bad news feeds on itself.  ...  Regulation is not a costless exercise, and sometimes its benefits are artificially inflated. 421 Further, Gardner notes that "[t]he public often demands action on a risk without giving the slightest consideration  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2012494 fatcat:jiph3olmmzg63jyafvt7tttt2m

Preventing domestic abuse for children and young people (PEACH): a mixed knowledge scoping review

Nicky Stanley, Jane Ellis, Nicola Farrelly, Sandra Hollinghurst, Sue Bailey, Soo Downe
2015 Public Health Research  
The inability to calculate a response rate for the mapping survey, which used a snowballing approach, limits the ability to generalise from it.ConclusionsWhile it is appropriate to continue to deliver  ...  and comprised four overlapping phases: an online mapping survey to identify current provision; a systematic review of the existing literature; a review of the UK 'grey' literature; and consultation with  ...  We are especially grateful for the assistance of our partners, Women's Aid and the PSHE Association.  ... 
doi:10.3310/phr03070 fatcat:rdwb7gnmvzh5bjofw5qoa2enre

Enhancing the Seeking Safety group intervention with trauma-sensitive yoga practice: A program evaluation

Thomas M. Murphy, Franco Dispenza, Catherine Y. Chang, Nikki Elston, Amanda Rumsey, Moneta Sinclair, Rico Curtis-Davidson
2019 Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice  
No client seemed to be aware that yoga was established by people of color and that it traditionally has a spiritual component as well as its efficacy as a form of exercise.  ...  After transcriptions were completed, the interviews were placed in a secure file on a computer in a locked office until the second phase of the evaluation received university IRB approval.  ...  Is the yoga part of the Seeking Safety group helpful to you? If it is helpful, how is it helpful?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ctcp.2019.03.006 fatcat:wmajlivldzcwphxypx3ep4qiqy

27 Crossroads

Walter Anderson
2021 RRNMF Neuromuscular Journal  
BRIAN At the risk of providing a bad example, it seems to work for me.  ...  ONLY WOLF is in the NARROWING SPOT. HOWLIN' WOLF One of those ole' songs is 'bout a young kid who is forced to make a life choice. He takes the road with music on it.  ...  When you piss on top of another dog's piss, you're making a challenge. We're just staking this territory to the Stones... The other part of it is for navigation purposes. Like a marker.  ... 
doi:10.17161/rrnmf.v2i3.15385 fatcat:utonyaglt5ey7kybtwdnf2k3li

From 'Rabbid Droves' to Rewilding: Heritage, Memory and the Place of the Wolf in Scotland

Kier Allen
2021
This was one of the last pieces of wolf-based legislation that was not strictly 90 90 Ibid. 89 Ibid. 88 Wiseman. 87 W.L Taylor-The Capercaillie in Scotland 86 "Who'S Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf  ...  , Bella Caledonia <https://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2016/01/21/whos-afraid-of-the-big-bad-wolf/> [Accessed 16 August 2019].  ...  Note that each side is represented by a hound and a lamb in the foreground, which we might assume represent the forces of justice and mercy respectively.  ... 
doi:10.22024/unikent/01.02.87599 fatcat:fbnd6ahgv5endfiorcpjzxwtma

PROTECTION AND EMPOWERMENT: EXPLORING PARENTS' USE OF INTERNET MEDIATION STRATEGIES WITH PRETEENS [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Renee Hobbs, Fabienne Darling-Wolf
2020
The study used an online survey (N=236) of parents who have preteens with Internet access at home, and parent interviews from a sample of the survey respondents (N=40), to gather data from a nationwide  ...  The survey results show that the majority of parents use a combination of protectionism and empowerment strategies, but more heavily use protectionist Internet mediation overall.  ...  A final limitation of the study is the ease of which it is outdated.  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/1887 fatcat:q6q6okukkzct7d6pjs6tevskze

Spam Agenda, V1.0

B. Dorris
2008 Transforming Cultures eJournal  
On the whole it seems that, online, the power relations and techniques of interaction between the genders resemble the traditional models which have prevailed in real life – men are driven by insecurity  ...  While the contents made me giggle at times, it did rouse some questions, like: Do women feel sexually inadequate? How do we perceive members of the opposite sex?  ...  They seem aware of the inadequacies of men to exercise some kind of power.  ... 
doi:10.5130/tfc.v2i2.642 fatcat:mj4nj4lvrzb6jgiy74o6sxykba
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